On June 9, the German Meyer Werft shipyard delivered Disney Cruise Line’s first LNG-powered cruise ship “Disney Wish”, which is the first new-build cruise ship that Disney Cruise Line has received in the past ten years.
Disney Wish has a gross tonnage of 144,000 tons, 1,250 cabins, AquaMouse rides, six swimming pools, new fine dining options, Aladdin the Musical, a fully enclosed sports arena, and a Marvel Superhero Academy for children. and a Star Wars lounge for adults.
Disney Wish was originally scheduled to make its maiden voyage from Port Canaveral on June 9, 2022, but due to delays in the shipyard’s construction cycle, the ship’s delivery was delayed accordingly. Currently, the ship is expected to make its maiden voyage on July 14, followed by three- and four-night cruises to Nassau and Castaway Island from Port Canaveral as its home port.
It is understood that the “Disney Wish” is the first of three Triton-class LNG-powered cruise ships ordered by Disney Cruise Line at Meyer Werft from 2016 to 2017.
According to an interior design video previously released by Disney Cruise Line, the bow of the new cruise ship will be painted with the image of the classic Disney character Captain Minnie (Captain Minnie), and Cinderella will become the statue of the ship’s auditorium, which also includes a huge winding staircase and Ornate decoration. Disney Cruise Line said the auditorium was inspired by “the beauty of a fairytale castle.”
Currently, Disney Cruise Line currently has four ships, namely “Disney Dream” (built in 2011), “Disney Fantasy” (built in 2012), “Disney Magic” (built in 1998) and “Disney” Wonder” (built in 1999).Return to Sohu, see more
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